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Being a lowly human in a supernatural world, I should have jumped at the chance to be one of them—to possess the magic necessary to fit in. But when a rogue fae corners me in an alley and tells me I have some crazy power he needs to exact his revenge on the House that betrayed him, I had to seriously question that life goal.
The Moonlight Wraith, sexy and disarming as he is, is also a notorious killer—and this alleged power of mine is all that stands between him and the vengeance he craves.
But how can I give him something I don’t have?
And, worse yet, what will he do when he doesn’t get what he wants?
His plot to regain his throne hinges on the popular belief that he’s already dead, and my knowledge to the contrary is a loose end he can’t afford. But after a botched attempt on my life by unknown forces, I find myself allied with the broody harbinger of death because he might just be the only one who can keep me alive.
Assuming he doesn’t kill me himself.
Reject Me Review
Okay, I absolutely see the appeal of rejected mates. For a while, I’ve been on the search for rejected mates where they do end up with, well, the rejected mate. I wasn’t entirely sure how I was going to feel about this one with a rejected mate and a second chance at love. But in Reject Me, it definitely worked for me!
I’m not new to Kel’s writing but am to Aurelia’s, and holy crap, I need to read more by this writing duo.
From rejected mates, shifters and vampires, fake relationship, and the leading duo sharing one bed. No doubt that things are about to get interesting. To say that I’m excited for this series and all the new to me authors is definitely an understatement.
Reject Me is such a great start to this series and one that many will easily devour. And yay, major points for being standalone because we all know that I have zero patience. Can’t wait for the next one and to start diving into this duo’s backlist!
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